The show might be over (for now) but we’ll always have the memories…
“It holds a mirror up to ourselves and gives a message we don’t often think about enough,” Rao says.
It is a truly heartwarming and well-made show that I guarantee will make you smile.
It’s a straightforward plot. An office full of largely anonymous workers support a larger offshore company by providing business-related (mostly financial) services.
For a good night out, some light entertainment with a serious twist, be sure to include Dirty Work in your list of must-see plays this season.
Jacob Rajan describes Dirty Work as the biggest, most ambitious and most bonkers idea the company has ever had.
Indian Ink’s biggest and boldest production to date, Dirty Work: An Ode to Joy, features twenty-two choral singers on stage. But there’s a catch: the singers…
Dirty Work: An Ode to Joy explained by Jacob Rajan
The chorus learn eight pieces of music which have been specifically arranged for choirs.
We sit down with Costume Designer of Dirty Work Elizabeth Whiting to get some behind the scenes thoughts on the show.
We sit down with Set Designer of Dirty Work John Verryt to get some behind the scenes thoughts on the show.